Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence Vol. 21 No. 5 (Sept. 2006)

CONTENTS

Special Issue:“LEGO MindStorms in Higher Education”
LEGO MindStorms in Higher Education
 ― Direction to the Special Issue ― …………………………………………………… Kazuteru Miyazaki 517
The Case Study of Computer Science Education Using LEGO MindStorms in Takushoku University
…………………………………………………………………Eiichi Hayakawa and Takehiro Takahashi 522
Education for Creativity by Using MindStorms in Department of Human and Artificial Intelligent Systems,
University of Fukui ………………………………………………Tomohide Naniwa and Sumito Nakada 532
Development of Exercise Program for Learning Foundations of Information Technology Using MindStorms
……………………………………………………………………………………… Tamotsu Kamigaki 537
A Practice at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University
 ― Curriculum for Project Based Learning by Means of LEGO MindStorms Robotics Invention ―
………………………… Tohru Kanada, Toshinosuke Akutsu, Atsushi Tsujimori and Katsuhiko Takeda 543
A Program with LEGO MindStorms for Developing Social Competence
…………………………………………… Kazuhiro Yamashima, Kazuo Yamanoi and Kyoko Kakihana 553
Special Issue:“Information Security and Artificial Intelligence”
Editor’s Introduction to“Information Security and Artificial Intelligence” ………………… Katsushi Matsuda 560
Points of Contact of Information Security and Artificial Intelligence ……………………………Yukio Itakura 561
Applications of Data Mining to Information Security ……………………………………… Kenji Yamanishi 570
Information Security Techniques Based on Artificial Neural Network
……………………………………………… Kensuke Naoe, Hidekazu Tanaka and Yoshiyasu Takefuji 577
Mining Internet Data …………………………………………………… Kenichi Yoshida and Hiroshi Uehara 586
Privacy and AI ……………………………………………………………………………… Masayuki Numao 593
An Approach to Detecting Bid-Rigging in Auctions ………………… Tokuro Matsuo and Toramatsu Shintani 602
Special Issue:“AI in the World, AI in Japan”(1)
Preface for“AI in the World, AI in Japan” …………………………………………………… Yutaka Matsuo 610
Be Ambitious, Promote Yourself to the World ! ………………………………………………… Saeko Nomura 611
Know You Are a Positive Addition, and Act, Then Reflect ……………………………………Shigeki Amitani 614
All Japan Research Team ……………………………………………………………………… Yutaka Matsuo 617
Commentary Series:“ Practical Tips for Evaluation in AI Research: From Planning to Analysis”(5)
Data Analysis for Psychological Survey …………………………………………………………… Asako Miura 620
Technical Papers
Abstract ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 630

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